Hurricane «Michael» wiped off the face of the earth a city in Florida (photo, video)

Today, October 11, the national guard of Florida barely made it to Mexico beach.

All 20 people who refused to evacuate ahead of hurricane Michael, survived, said the Governor of the sunshine state, Rick Scott. But the coastal city with a population of 1.1 thousand people element literally wiped off the face of the earth.

Here’s one of @cliftimestweet»s images that was especially shocking. Go to his feed to see more. #HurricaneMichael

— Zack Sampson (@ZackSampson) October 11, 2018

The hurricane Michael struck Northern Florida on October 10, with a force of 4-th category, bringing with it a 4-metre storm surges and gusts of up to 249 km/h. (A little more — and the hurricane would have been the last of the 5th category.)

Even before the national guard in Mexico beach, despite the flooded roads and fallen trees, managed to get a reporter and photojournalist Tampa Bay Times. Their eyes appeared a scene of utter devastation.

A look at what houses in #Mexico Beach #Florida look like right now. This is a follow up from the previous clip posted. They are now submerged and were no match for #HurricaneMichael (via Tessa Talarico) #Hurricane #Michael #HurricaneMichael2018

— Josh Benson (@WFLAJosh) October 10, 2018

Houses are destroyed. Cars, even trucks, are scattered around town like children’s toys. Staircases lead to nowhere. Everywhere piles of crumpled furniture. Some houses are burning. And amid all this devastation, deathly silence, only occasionally interrupted sirens.